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February 21, 2010

Evolver wins $132m USPTO contract

To provide information technology support services across the enterprise

By CBR Staff Writer

Evolver has won a $132m contract by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to provide information technology support services across the enterprise.

The USPTO has an employee base of approximately 9,000 that carry out its mission to administer the laws and regulations related to patents and trademarks in order to promote industrial and technical progress in the US.

Under the end user support services contract, Evolver will provide information and technology operations and maintenance services including network and security operations and management, desktop deployment and field support, web TA call centre support, integrated enterprise baseline support, asset management, warehouse operations, and audio/visual tech support.

Michael O’Kane, president of Evolver, said: We are extremely excited about the opportunity to support the mission of the USPTO through this program.This is a tremendous vote of confidence in the Evolver team and our ability to provide mission critical infrastructure support across the enterprise.

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